Homeland Security Information Technology

Get the low down on the history, legal guidelines and lessons learned in terrorism and counter-terrorism investigation in the U.S. You’ll learn about different types of intelligence-gathering methods and how to use basic analytic tools to generate ideas, organize information and make predictions using structured analysis techniques.

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101  
Student Success Seminar
HLS121  
Introduction to Emergency Management
HLS122  
Intelligence and Homeland Security
HLS123  
Homeland Defense and Crisis
 
Management
NET120  
PC Upgrading and Maintenance
CFS136  
Principles of Information Security
CFS137  
Computer Crime and Investigation
CFS140  
Biometric Applications
NET220  
UNIX/LINIX Operating Systems
HLS220  
Weapons of Mass Destruction Awareness
ENG124  
College Composition
BIO126  
Science, Energy, & the Environment (lab)
CFS256  
Disaster Recovery and Incident Planning
CFS257  
File Systems Analysis
CFS275  
Ethical Hacking
HLS225  
Intelligence Analysis
MTH106  
Math for Technology
CFS175  
White Collar Crime
COM121  
Effective Speaking
HLS221  
Terrorism and Homeland Defense
SOC225  
Culture Diversity

TOTAL CREDITS 62

Associate of science in homeland security information technology

  • private business and industry
  • criminal justice agencies
  • federal, state or local intelligence
  • entry-level business intelligence analyst
  • entry-level criminal intelligence analyst
  • entry-level homeland security analyst
  • entry-level foreign intelligence analyst
  • InfraGard Northern Ohio Chapter, student membership in conjunction with the SSC High Technology Crime Investigation Association